Yet another blog of knowledge to fill your brains with the facts you need to stay beautiful and keep a youthful, healthy and glowing skin.
Great skin care does not only rely on what products you use and how you use them. It also relies heavily on the ingredients your products have. Most especially the vitamins that it offers to give.
However, there are tons and tons of vitamins in existence. So how can you know which vitamins are which? Thankfully, this blog is the guide you will need to know how each vitamin work and which is the best vitamins to look for your skin care needs.
Vitamin A is good at acting as antioxidant from the free radicals that cause skin aging. Therefore, this vitamin is great against wrinkles and fine lines on your skin. It also helps in skin cell reproduction which contributes to skin regeneration.
It is much preferable for you to apply products with Vitamin A at night where most of the regeneration occurs. So if you are looking for anti-aging skin care, find out if it contains Vitamin A.
Other than Vitamin A, Vitamin C is all the rave in the beauty industry. This vitamin is the most popular and sought-after when it comes to skin and overall health.
Not only that it acts as anti-cancer and antioxidant, but it also performs as collagen multiplier and many more to mention. Making the long story short, any product with vitamin C is the best vitamin you can ever have in your skin care product.
Vitamin E is the one you have to look for when you are looking for a good defense against the sun’s UV rays. It also helps boost up your Vitamin A. A minor effect, it can also help heal the skin from acne, a minor effect but it is worth noting.
With regards to the sun’s rays, not all of it bad. As long as you are protected from the harsh ultraviolet rays of the sun, you will be able to absorb the “sunshine vitamin” also known as Vitamin D.
This vitamin helps speed up cell production and is said to go great against psoriasis and helps treat eczema.
Vitamin B3 is, also known as niacin or niacinamide, is one of the best and safest, not to mention, natural way to get brighter, lighter skin tone.
It also helps in reducing wrinkles, fine lines and evens skin tone as well as hyperpigmentation. If you aim for fairer and whiter skin, then look no further than Vitamin B3.
Don't just eat and process your vitamins for skin care. You also have to wear them as well and make sure that those vitamins go straight to your skin. Hope that this blog helps you with the what-you-need-to-knows on the perfect vitamins you must have for your skin care routine. Until next time!